What is legalising, and when is an applicant required to legalise documents before trade mark application?
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Registered trade marks that are not used in commerce may be removed due to non-use. This case shows how owners address allegations of non-use.
A CRISPR patent was revoked due to unsuccessful transfer of priority rights to Europe through PCT.
Baxter IP allied law firm, Interface Legal, wins defence to patent infringement in the Australian Fe...
Interface Legal recently obtained a win for its client in a Federal Court matter of patent infringement.
Baxter IP is pleased to announce its partnership with AgCrowd, an investment platform for Agtech and energy-tech companies. By combining the resources of a top-notch, […]
Since the awarding of one of the very first modern patents to Samuel Hopkins in 1790 for his potash production method, chemical patents have been […]
“The intention behind why a trade mark is filed is important in determining whether the application is valid.”- Barry Meskin
Baxter IP Patent & Trademark Attorneys is proud to be a finalist in the 19th Australian Law Awards by Lawyers Weekly.
A recent decision issued by IP Australia provides an important note to trade mark applicants that the secondary signification of words is taken into consideration […]